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, . It. AULL, EITOR.
Gov. Ellerbo has appointed J. Eliore
Martin to the ollico of Sheriff of Char
leston County and there comes a big
howl from Charleston in protest against
tIo act of the governor. Mr. Alartinl
will be remembered as the chief of
police under the metropolitan liYsteu.
When it was removed he lost his job.
It wts claimed that Gov. Evans put
te system on the city in order to pro
vide a place for Mr. Martin. Those who
oppose Air. Alartin say he will make a
good oficer and that I is personal char
acter is above reproach, but, they do
not like his politics. We met M r.
Martin on one occasion and we found
him a very courteous and obliging gen
tia1111 and lie impiessed us as a man
of many good partS.
W. H. Newbold has b'een admitted to
bail by Judge Townsend in the sum of
$:,500 and lie has been released on
bond. Gov. Ellerbe has called in his
commission as well a4 I is revolvers and
other il Aeents of wari. lie did not
treat Newbold ats he (lid 1hiice and May.
They were kept on the force even after
they had beeni tried for mnurder ant
convicted of manslatgitter while their
(ase wias under appeal to the Supreme
Court. We do not know why this di
ference is made. Newiold should be
given a fair and impartial trial and he
will have it. by a Spartabilnhurg jury.
J udge .lames S. Cot Ibranl died inl New
York ol Sunday, afit a log illn(ss,
nled sixty-ini years. fit, had been
in failing health lor somie yetus Itid
had gole to New York to consillt. It
spweialist. A surgical operation was
performied, but he did not imlprovv, aind
died its statel. lie maLleIc an able judhe
and vongressman and was a faithfiul
pulblic servant., h11avintg served hiis Stat.e
well in wari and peace. H is reiliinis
will Ie buried in Alieville to-daty.
Gov. Elleiibe hits appointed delegates
-to the Atlanta convention inl adit ion
to the ones clected by the convention
held in Columbia during faii week.
From this distriet he has appointed .1.
. Watson, of Andersonm, 111d V 'I'.
ratd' -y, of Troy. From t he State at.
largI , W. 1). 1"vansi11141 J . IIt. Earle.
t'141ph11 S1eh m. i lit-ill".
Rev. 1). Tie.l le Id his last service
at NC w 'hpel before confertcie hist
Sunday. lie hias served this coligrega
tion faithfully and lie is beloved by
NIrs. 1.. 11. 1liuke, of olr. seetionl is
visiting her son .1. N. ILake iiar little
Montitin. She went to sliend a iiontl
MIr. .JeIT Cipnimn of ti( city dinled
with Mir. W. 1. itlerberwt, a few days
since. lie Oniit- (llt. oln ollicial busi
Tw o foot-pedd lers passed t.hogh -
the commiiuniity oiie day t his week.
The~y mt onek (If tiur set,'041 boys and
said: " 11owd y bloy.'' TPhis insulted hi m
v'ery muttch. lIe says they toughit. to
have said: "God evening, g en tlenman."
We thought, foot-piedalers had about
lay'ed out in thiese ti iies oif shiar-'
MeIssrs. Watdswoirth, NIloore and
Frank li n of the city we re in ouri comn
munity T1uesdaiy. Thuey came tout to
hunt with W. I. II erbert. 'These geni
tIemen had a fine day and they foundl
plIenty of game, butt only killed one
irabit, and t wentyv-two hieds. Ni r.
Lrantiklini saitd lie mut triy it again.
11og killing is all tihe go notw. WVe
hear of some large onies having been
killetd. Mr. J1. H. I 'erdue twt weigh
ng 3I50 and 4101 l bs. eachl antd l)r. WV.
E. I aake t wo weighing :lti0 and -li0 lbs.
each. Thlis is the way to muake a living.
at biomaantmd be inidepeindent of cotton
at any price.
Alr. 1. 1I',(Can non bits atbouit 'oimpIlet
ed his new barn we made mention of a
few weeks atgo. lie is iulso running his
saw-mill atliiost every day. iIe cano
furnish you with lumberi.
Thlie chinii gianig spenlt several (lays
Lthis week digginig downi somei steep
hills on stomte of our r'oiads. T'i' y help
ed the "llerbert, hill"very much . NIr.
I. h. loulw~ar'e wats inlstrm ntal in
having this work done. We are glatd
lie piersisted in hiav ing it donie.
Prof. WV. E. Ilitack spent Wecdnesday
night with NIir. F. NI. Sehinnpert atit
NI r. WV. 1. 1IIerbl.ert wits elected Sup
erinotendent Of New Chapel Suiiday
School at, the Quarterly coniferene in
steadl of I. 11. Bluiwatre.
TVhe Womien's NIilssioiiary Society of
New Chapel had ia delighLtul mieetinig
at thc residence of NIr. 1). 14. Hamm
on Friday eveninig.
A petition Is ben) g cirenilatted tto haive
ouri ma1i]l sebledule fioma Newbrry to
Utopia c'haiiged to star~t fronm U topIia
and return. Th is Is a niucht needed
change. As it is now, otur mail is de
layed one day in Newherry in getting
off and another day there in retuirning.
With this change, that Inconvenience
will be avoidled.
Dec. J, 189'i.
I went.y-FI'fth A niverisary.,
Last Sunday R1ev. D). Tiller, piastor
of the Newberry Methodist circuit,
celebrated 'his twenty-fifth atnnivorsary
.41). . sa minister of the GAosp)el, and while
-the srvices at Mt. Lebanon and Fben
ezer wero-charactrize.d by no spceelal
eevices fi honor of the .event, yet ho
a~ oo good and faithful work since
bhas b#64n on this circuit.
Aachuan Chapel avid Untou At.demy #'hipp.
Some movIng will take place among
our white people of which I will note
Only o0o more leaf remains on the
calendar of old '97, and we have tra'. -
oled ono week on this. Oh, low
WiftlIy Tino is rolling on!
Mrs. I. R. E,pps returned home on
Sunday tho 28th ult. fr in a weCk's stay
with her sister, Miss Polly Kinud, of
Falifield. Miss Polly has been seri
ously ill with pneuionlia for the past
month, but wo are glad to notc, that
she Is now considerably Improved.
Mr. JaIMes F'razier, of Blair's, came
Over withl Mr-s. Ep)ps and returned
home oil Monday.
We congratulate Newberry on the
re-election 'of lon. H. 11. lvalls as
mayor. Not a word against any of
Newberry's ex-mnyors, but the city has
more materially developed ip the way
of public hiprovements duIring Alr.
EIans' administration than ever before
in its history. This is a fact, beyond
question. Mayor ivans is a man of a
broad mind anid hsliStnilg (1u11litieS. lIe
Ilover tires inl bisinless, and I walit to
HILy to the city that he is not on1ly thei'
choice, but'h1e is tile choice of the
coll 1 t y.
Old Hother. Kay says that we cal
now buy it hundred pounds of pork for
ai hudred pounds of lint, cotton, and
why not, everybody he happy. lie
ieve- said anlythjing ab)olt those people
who didn't have tile cotton to exchallgo
for the pork, or whether they could he
happy or not. No, brother, if we coi
try people had to Swalpl) cottonl for hog
this sealson, inl order to he happy there
would be but verty little happiness in
jijr. .1 S. lIiVj(igstoIe hats bieenl (on2
fiiled to his rooml for. the past two
weeks with a severe pain in his back,
which was catsed by an overstraili.
We were also continled to our room last,
Week, suifiering exceedingly from the
ir. I"ditor, What is tile Illatter witl
SO inally Of 011m- Colespon1delts that
the1(y are h1tyrinig? \Ve Wanlt eaelh anld
every one to come to the front and give
Is soie good thought for Christ,mas or
New Yea'. Wake upl )eOple, we're
going ) hve a Pother e-011ion after 1
w i1i He.
Well, Mr. lditor, as this is sale day
we will oime tOi a close, hoping that.
th ese chips will nlot, sleep 1u1ite so lolng
as the last we selit in. We are not,
diRCttilng. bul.t we lways e Xlect yOuI to
wake thile 1p11 anild seld them out with
your neuxt. issue.
CHILL & FEVER
Iltm From St. rutus.
We li-avo winter tim it last, wet,
LOld anld n ilnd. The order of the day
v.ill he to get w~oodl and1( mak 11 r.
Mliss Illttie CountIls, of Spr-inglield,
(Orangehuiig Co., S. ., hias beein spendC
inIg a1 few (1ays in1 thlis comunlity the,
gulest (if Alesses. Ju11 lus and11 1renius 09
\il- 8. ,1. WilliamIsonl has1 mladie 21 ine
OC1lit ity'~ of miCla1ses firoumi11 h 'i ionl
('ane put eli. Tlhey certaL inly' ar2e good for'
we halve tr'ied them. Sam1 51ays thley
are the only, molass5ies we rais5e thait, a1re
fit. to1 et.
iAl u. l1tditorii, wye 1.han1k yout for- 21op
oif thle Souithlernl l''armuer. W"ie are
pleased withI it. It, is 2ably editeid, it,
is a paperI'i ever-y farmir should takQ.
WVe myl glaid t) kno1w thait suibscriptions11
a1ri !olin g in rap1idly.3 also to) kno1wI
got.ton froml our21 little towni i 'omlaria.
WV. WV. 1ely was1 the suibscriber.
Ileldl anld News "Chipjs"' madIle the
fol lig stiatemnen: "Ther'li'le is a1 dlIs
('ase existinIg inl the Ilnd of Newbeirry
wih el v will malike know~n la1ter. Theii
suriest plan11 to) curie a1 d1isealse is to) Pe
molCve thle caulse ."' We tin k it, time21
for- "Clis to~' make20 knw 21what, i 11 t.hat
disease15 is. WVe hopie hle hIas remolCved
thIe cauise. If theire is a1 diseaIse we
andlC woul ask Chips Lto prl'esribe 21
r'emledy'. We feari Chips 12as seen.1
spIoCks. (2.Ol)1 i0PPi'12R.
I)eeerei ti, 18917.
('otton is lowv and( Ceerybody is coml
lainling. Tihere' is somo1i grounild for'
thle genlerall waiI, but. complalining does
21ot bcome11 str'ong mieni in L,h Is fali- land.1
Th'le troub1le is wve plalnted a1 crop, and1(
grewv It expecting 7 eent.s for cottoni.
WeC had( noI iIght to)exleet, sCo mulch and1(
t heni thIe disap1lpointmnent wvould not
have bieen s0 gr-eat. We need to stOp
com1plainin11g and go to work to bett.er
But this aparit. WVe wanlt to show
0ur appr'eciation1 of prevailing conI
tionls and1 0our symlpathy3 foir those who
hlave been di sappoint.ed iln their abhility
to meet their11 oblig.atlons prompI11tly.
We wanit also to givo everybody an 0):
p)ortunity to get his account squiaro on
If you will pay1 your subscription up
to t,he first of January, 1898, we will
give you The Herald and News for
1898 twIce a week for one d1ollarl, but
youimist settle upl back dules In order
to get this ireduction. If you canntot
pay any or all of your back dues come
in and givo us your note for back dues
ind the one dollar for next year and
weo will give you a rescipt in full to
January 1, 1899. Th Is leaves no exet e
for any subscribor to retialn delih -
,juent on our books. Our purposo in
loing this is to met the depi-esied
onditions and to get our -subscription
lists credited up.
The price of The Herald and New%s
is not reduced, but remains $1.50 a
year. This is a speial offer which wO
will keep open until the fIest of Janiu
itry, 1898. Will you not take advut:
btge of this offer to got your name ere'
ited on ouir books and get the paper
next year for $1.00. New subscriptions
will be taken dur-ing this timo at one
dollar also. Itemember this offer holds
good until Ist of January 1898 only,
and is iieant, to take in every subseit
er on our list. Do not wait for us to
come and So you.
If you waul, Southern larier and
Horticuilturist we will g'vi you both
papers next-year for $1.75. This offer
means Life cash -for 1898. Any delin
quent who neglects to take advantage
of this olfer we siall be forcedi to con.
elude (does not intend to pay for his a
perf at all.
E. HI. AOh L,
P. S.-11n order to treat all of our
subscribers alike, those who have been
ConsideaItte enough to pay already and
whose payments carry theni Into 1898,
if ihey will pay another one dollar we
will give them a receipt for one year.
That puts every one on the same foot
incg and gives every subscriber on our
uookh an llopportunity to get The Herald
and News one year for orie dollar. This
offer will positively be withdrawn on
fitst of January.
100 11('11di Casttlo wainated
WVill pay Iiighest, market price.
TABon 1-1. Hi.4,
t2t Newborry, S. C.
Zeigler Bros. ine Shoes for Ladies
aind M isses. L1test st.yl-toes and lasts
The (). M1. Jaiieson $3.00 Calf Welt
Shoes for Men lits no (!(1l1ual for style
In Men's line Hand-made Shoes.
There is none to surpass Lilly Bracketts
& Co's Shoo at, Jamnieson's.
The 0. M. Jamtieson School Shol. for
Mlisscs and children wears like Iron.
Try a pair, they will give satisfaction.
My store is run in the interest of
all the people who give me a share
4-f their business, and my idea' is
not how much I ennII imake out of
t.hem, but how lit.tle I ean charge
t,bem andl yet realIze a small profit
(Jut, of my sales. lin this sense it, is
'The I 'e(Jples' Store, where they
can come feeling that they will re
ceive I.he most h heral treatament at
any hands. I belilove they hiave
appr)ieciated what I haves already
don for them this fall and will take
ad vantage of t,he low prices that I
will oi'er my stock for the balance
of 1897. My store and annex is
crowvded with desirable goodls that,
I have bought for the D)ecomnber
t.rade, and here you will find
$10,000 Worth of
Boots and Shoes
at close oni to wholesale priecs.
The N Mehant, the Larmer', the
mechaile, the Factory IPeople:
lVver,ybody--rich and poor, receive
t,he nme ti.rieet alt myi~ store,
because it is not thme store of one
class5, but Tihe Pe~ople'ij place to
buy. I fix the prie and the whole
town tries to meet it,; because they
know whben a price is made by mec
it is the lowest.
We have very desirable things for
Ch rist,mas presents:
Ties and Scarfs,
In order to be ahead of thme boys,
we have coming for the Christmas
trade, Three of Stetson's latest
- 88Sprigg Styles in stiff and soft
blac andcolored 1Hats for our
January 1898 I
Mty storo is fast beco'minlg a Depart
ment Store. You can now buy al
mnost anym ling you want there, out
side of groeries, and I hope to
have thb stock reducedl enough by
JIanuary 1st, to refill it at once witn.
an immense line of Spring Goads.
I have scoured the exclusive -sale
of TheStandard Patterns, and think
of putting in Mi'linery. If yeu
have not joined tihe numnbei' who
ar'e paving 10 to 25 per cent. on all
their purchases,.it, will pay 'you to
A. C. JONES,
Newborry, S. C., Nov. 80, 1897.
like every other crop, needs
A fertilizer containing nitro
gen, phosphoric acid, aid not
leiss thanl 3% of actual
W''l increase the 1crop and im
pr1o%.( the 1:m<1d.
' -- "k t eil ., about the subject. They
GE.MAN .LI WORKS.
c- Nassau st., New York.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
N OTJCIK IS 111 111.Y IVEN
that inl cleet,lon for Mlayor and
Alderino for the Town of Newborl,,
S. ("., to serve for the ensuing year will
be held ON THEI 14TH DA Y OF DE'
The following managers have Leen
Opera House-). W. T. Kibler, F.
L. BynUm, R. L. Tarrant.
Son's StO.e-Jacol) Seni, A. H.
Dickert,, .J. Marion Davis.
Polls will be open at 8 a. In., and
close at 6 p. In.
By order of Council.
C. A. BOWMAN,
C. & T. T. C. N.
ONE CENT A MILE.
AND LASTS ONE WEEK,
Tho Display of Firoworks by Pain
will be tho finest over seen in the
Rlacilgat W agenler's Park, State Hoso
Pool Contest, Trades Display, A
Failtastie Parade, Firoman's Pa.
rado, Shotgun Tomumont, Slut
Bat1tle on Colonial Lake, Concerts
Daily, Amusomonts Everywhlrn.
A WAIL VELCOM' ' TO ALl..
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
T TH1 1'LANTATION-IN TH1,;
Long Laie coInil)Ility, nieari, the
)r. Kennerly place, reveintly sold by
me, on Wednesday, DecoerI)el 15, 1897,
at, 11 o'clock, I wilt sell the following
personal IpOper-ty, consisting of Farm
ing nImplements of alI kids, includlng
one Mower and( Uake, C'orn, ('otton
Seed, F'odder, Blaceksm ith T1ools, 7
Mules, 2 Horses. Hlogs, Goats, and
other perIsonaLl property.
E. CAiIA NlSS.
November 23, 1897.
~ANTrI--ITitTW~O1RTilY AND) ACT
VYtnsIit e ie or hles tti fa o
8? Zi, lid en t lone. The Dom11 inion Compatny,
A Great Sche
Why not mnake your' dc
great scheme.. Theni
har'sl matter to make a
Teln Dollar purichiase, ai
for you; but, until rul
come nearer to it than i
We'll Stretch a. Dollbir
So that it wvill cover
suit worth fifty cent~s
Jars and1( seventy-lIve
money so it will cover'
fi.t young men'upii to 19
not the young man. XV
Cassimere Suit thf
if this store wasn't h
money ? Bring it bore
All Grades Chearer tIhaE
Save Money and Get th
Send in V
1No. 2 PEAOHT
By other Houses will ever un
dorsell or roach tho levol of Our
a(d Undersell them ull- -
Aro offored goods at cost or at
half price, como to tho Boo Hivo
of bargains and you can buy the
smio goods for a more song.
Our prices are very littlo
our Compotitors ne(1 magnify
iug glasses to soo them! jVe
knock thon blind !
Here Are a Few
Black Eyes for comipetitors:
yours it, Only
3 3-4o. per yard.
Yours at only
t- 4 Shet ijig a c per yard.
Yours it only
Z*. por yard.
Best StandlarLd Prints
Yoturs at, only
Good Parehed Coffee 4e. per yard.
Yotirs it only
100 per- poillid(.
Good Green Coffee
Yours at only
9('- p )Cl pOund.
Soap-Good Washing Soap
Yours at only
3C. per, pounld.
All other Goods at correspondingly low
Is worth twico as mnch at the
Beehive of Argains.
The Fair-and Sq duar-e Dealer.
Builders of Newberry aid Vicinity
Consult their Inter, st 1)3 writing to the
STANDARD MANUFACTURING CO.,
of AUGUSTA QEORGIA,
FOIt PlICES ON
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS.
Or anyi.hiing in Yellow Pino.
i ~I)t SON\S WITI LANDS FOR
sale ar(! request.ed to pilt them inl
myt hands for sale. I am inl nqtaint re
ecipt, of so many11, letle-s of inquivy
alotit lan's from No'i,er-n and West
er.n parties, that i may he able to effect
saules for t,bose wi.o wt l give 1m1 acenm
Plate deCtiledC deCscript,iGns of what, the3
have. No char-ze will be made unless
satisfactory sales aire mad(e. Descrip
tionl must, ho suoth as ~&I can be ii gua'a
teed and must give: .Numbher of aicies,
location, chqracter of lanid, p)rox im
ity to raillroads1, postolmces, schools,
churc~hes mand towns. kind of improve
mfenits. Comm ilunlicaitions strictly eon
lidential when so desired.
JA MES G. G IBBAES,
State Land A gent.
Columbiat, S. U.
liars out of rubber? Thlat's a
hbey'll stretch, It's a pretty
F'ive D)ollar Bill stretch over a
id we dlon't-promise to do that
ber dlollar.i areO made, we'll
my store you knowv of.
in all -wool knee pants
more. Wve'll strietch four dol
cen.ts -of your common silver
a,. splendid all wool suit to
years old, wor-th $7--the suit
e'll stretch $6.75 over a fancy
.t ought to cost $8, and would
ere, Want to stretch your
,and you'll think its rubber,
.NRWVBERRIY, 8. 0.
Wines and Beer
at O. P. Hloues ! .You
a Best by Buying of UEs!
Paid to Mail brders.
cRunot buy goods at present riees with
. I cano Put tho knife in price and out
And we know that tho peop tn m'st loso and we are willing
cotton at 50 a pound,.we have Dresot prices, so that his dollar
t )m to lhe core. The man that rIli Uar and a half will buy almost
to do our part by cutting doop into the ' and you will flnd it inter
will buy as many goods from us as one do
anywhero olso. Now read every line carefu
2000 yards of tho best Calic u. 4e. 5 11fig fit 3je.
100() yards of good Calivo art 3.1e. l2o Etigish 0(r111)g a
7o Cotion Flnnit el at .je. I;) 1lgI14r Outing. doulA,.
7.o * I123e douible width Worsted, I
7-n "i -. "154. 120.
tll "0 " 204c. i Me.
I100 " " 7 01 "" .o
121to Wo "5 660 -4 i 10
12e Pants .Jtieas at 8 *. 06 to " i 25c.
201 Pan11ts Jians, woolfillied, 131i. Fine hkick dreis g-ods-All grades and
3311 l'ants Jeans, woollillced, 22.1c. 25 per cont. (Ir thr present prtce.
Rud Flamsel ait your own piice. You should see the gtg to appre.
cinto thoir value.
WVe figure that this country isi filled with a thrifty industrious people
that miust have some goods if thfoy can buy thrn right, and we havb-con.
cludedl to accommnnodate themn in that rourard far more than they expotod'
2--) Childs Shoes at l0c. $2.50 L-dics Dmirgola hand sewed $1.75.
:,)15 u. 64 2 --) . 83f :6 Alen's Dres., bhioes at $1.
01150 " " $125e.
I .5c207 " " i15.
$ I Lad es D)ougola Bitttoij Shroes at 85c. $2. $1.50
$1.2-5 " 1 is $I-$2.50 "bad sewed 1.75.
$ 1.j I i' I' I ' i 1 2.4 " " " 22 . 2
'' it I haid welt 11 $1 82.).
-Wo~e have at big lot of MiFses and Ladies Cape! and Jckts at 50 cents.
p); these goods are much p nlront th.o regular prices.
Our $tock of Clothing lshop r e
to p ice uaed for the saie gooYs olswhore. We have Mond Wool Suits,
clean flic goods ait $3.50 to $9.50 c that y0u cannot dupl.icato anywher.
Youths suits with long pans, coat iid vest to fit ai 1)y from 12 tos9.ear.
tat 2.75 to $5. Theso goods ar worth fron $1 to r3.5ih more than ve sell
theo a for.
W e have Children's suis from I to 15 years. Knee pants at any prit
you. want them and ait 75c on th dn(ollar.of whamt it cost to make thoin.
Our goods were all bought by our houses for
cash from manufacturers and jobbers that have
failed in .. business, consequently the above
prices can onlD be had at
FLYNN'S CAS31 ST ORE,
Next Door to PelhaMn'.. Drug Store..
selected stockwed 1.7f
and" cha Fuenttre. Wil5e.
vgey ose uhfeor ch . eua rcs
Our Styk fCatingret,Neourr, re0
Yoth stwi thlon 8ants,~Il coat and~ vle tofit abo fro 12 to.9fers.,
ad w2.7 t 5hes minen r evworthofro Chestr 6.0 Cmorso thay o sel
Wae hae hrirs uits fromr it ti 1 oas. Kxenot rpants anyrc
yo a he m abe t em o t o dri wat sitcist q antit thim..
Oul wtr Itos werIean laativ rindh i y a our ureh ue for uer
ce asan ot ranunforacomteanjobsthtav
RYN'[ ARSH STOREG,0
of goods. I hav
selected A st c of .:~K5~-k - -